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JEVENiyQ HUHDET1W. APlUb 5, J890.
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On or about May 1st we
will move into our now quart
ers, corner of Hotel and
Bethel streets, three floors will
be used to carry on our ever
increasing business, and we
will open with the finest stock
of House Furnishing Goods
ever imported into this coun
try. Our Showrooms will bo 6
so arranged that you can tell
exactly how a set of furniture
looks when it is set up in your
own home; Booths will bo
furnished complete with Par
lor Suits, Dining Room Suits,
Bedroom Suits, etc. Our Din
ing Room Furniture will bo in
sets with Bric-a-brac to match.
Odd pieces to match almost
nny set can almost always be
hud. Nothing sets oft' a dining
room as prettily as one of our
Combination Sideboard China
Our Bedroom Suits will
comprise Plain and Quartered
Oak with French Beveled
Mirrors, Plain and Curly
Birch, plain Birdsoye Maple;
Mahogany, and Enamel and
Gold, and wo hnvc Combin
ation Wardrobe Chiffoniers to
match. A pretty Combination
Secretary Bookcase is a handy
pieco of furnituro to have
around. These goods will be
direct from tho factory and
the very latest designs. J f v
don't happen to have exactly
what you want in the furnitim
line, expert mechanics will
make it for you and satisfaction
guaranteed or no sale. We
mako a specialty of Cedar
Our Repairing Department
is complete in ever' particular.
First-class Upholsterers will
mako your old mattress look
now, furnituro repaired at your
own homo if desired, Matting
and Carpets laid by experts
with dispatch. Special atten
tion paid to Renovating Par
Ourstock of Portier Curtains
aro tho finest over brought to
Honolulu. Wo have Tablo
and Stand Spreads to match.
Patent Spring Shades, Cornice
Poles, etc., aro little things
that you will need in furnish
ing your homo. We have a
complete stock. Our Hair and
Spring Mattresses mado to
order have a loputation in Ho
nolulu for fine workmanship
and durability. Honolulu peo
ple, can wo do anything for'
you, do you want anything in
tho furnituro lino, it don't make
any difference what it is, come
to us. We can accommodate
you and will guarantco satis
faction in every particular and
at prices that will meet with
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Ordway & Porter's New Quarters.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets, Honolulu, H. I.
V. ,1. ('. A. 91 111: 1 1 su
Vim O III err Mrrtcl-llirU t Kt'f
rrlnrt innl Irrniiirrr.
'L'lio annual mooting of tho
Young Moii'h ChriHtinn AHfloein
tiou wan hold IiihI night.
Tho treasurer's report for March
allowed a bnlanco on hand of
SG'Go; tho receipts boing $flG9.55
and tho oxpomlituroB S3G3.
A Hvnonsis of tho Secretary's
ronort shown that in tho main tho
lecture courso inaugurated at tho
beginning of tho year 1ms boon
Tho elementary educational and
book-keeping classes have finish
ed for tho season, but tho other
classes will continue as usual.
The attendance at tho religious
moot in us of tho Association show
a decrease over tho previous
Tho finances of tho Associatio
continue iu good shape, and tho
year will bo closed froo of debt as
far as tho current espouses aro
Thirly-iivo gymnasium classes
lmvo been hold during tho month
of March, with a total attondanco
of -WO, an incioaso of 10 over tho
previous mouth. Tho classes lmvo
now been in session for six months.
Tho intention was to shut thorn
down at this timo, but as tho in
terest in some of tho classes con
tinues good, it is tho intention to
lmvo thom meet onco a week during
the present mouth.
Three associato and throe activo
mombers woro elected at tho moot
ing. Tho following ofliccrs woro
elected for tho ensuing year: A.
13. Wood, president; V. J. "War
rinor, vice-president; AV. A. Love,
rocording Becrotary; E. A. Jones,
treasurer, and Messrs. H. F. Wich
mau and 0. 13, Ripley, directors.
Tho adjourned meeting will bo
hold April lGth.
KLSOLCTIONS OV CONDOLENCE.
Oftlio Y. .11. V. A. on the Dentil ol J. T.
At tho Y. M. 0. A. meeting last
night tho committee appointed at
tho last mooting to draft resolu
tions of condolence to bo sent to
tho wife of tho late J.
T. "NVatorhouse reported that tho
following had boon presented :
"Dear Madam: At a mooting
of tho Young Mon's Christian As
sociation held ou tho 5th instant
it was unanimously resolved that
a message should bo respectfully
transmitted to you expressing tho
very doop and sincoro sympathy
of tho members of tho Association
with you in your sorrow, which, in
God's merciful will, it is your lot
"As an Association wo mourn
tho loss of ouo of our oldest
raombors, whoso interest in our
work has boon constant and affec
tionate, and whoso warm friend
ship those who have so woll
known him havo greatly valued.
"It is our earnest prayer that
our Heavenly Father, in calling
homo one who has striven to bo a
good and faithful servant, may
richly administor His comfort to
you and your dear children and
that His blessing and guidance
may over bo granted to thoso who
are bereaved, until, through our
Savior's lovo, thoso who aro now
for a whilo Boparated may moot
again for endless lifo."
"I'm so happy," sho said; "ovor
sinco my ongagoraont to Oharlia
tho whole world seem different. I
do no not seonis to bo in dull,
prosaic EaBtbourno, but in "
"Lapland," suggested tho small
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
jndNuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts por night $1, and
$1.25 por weok.
Brown & Kuboy lmvo for salo
a complete lino of watches, clocks,
cutlery and solid and plated jewel
ry of oyory description, that thoy
aro soiling at roaBonablo prices.
290-290-290. Tho United
Carriage Co. Fino carriages and
tho fastest horses in tho world
with competent drivers alway ob
liging. Corner King and Fort
streets. Tolophone 290.
Tho Singer received 5i first
awards for Sowing Machines and
embroidery work at tho "Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., boing tho
largost numbor of awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and more than
double tho numbor givon to all
other Sowing Machines, B. Ber
qeubon, Agent. Bethel street,
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